The Death of the Uniparty in Congress.
The mid-term elections took place this past November 8th, and for most of 2022 leading up to that election, all we heard about was this big “red wave” that was coming. The talking heads (on both sides of the aisle) were pretty much all clamoring (some with smiles, some with frowns) about the growing discontent of the American people with the one-party-rule in Washington DC, where the Democrats have had a majority in the House of Representatives, in the US Senate, and in the White House, and how the November 8th election was going to result in the Republicans winning back both Houses of Congress, dozens of state legislatures and governorships, and so on. One-party-rule is never a good thing for the citizenry, no matter which party is in power. This time it is the Dems that have had totally unfettered power. As such, we saw so many voters, including life-long Dems, vowing to vote Republican because they could no longer stand the Democrats’ majority reign that was causing record-high inflation, rising interest rates, a wide-open southern border, an explosion in crime, a myriad of draconian COVID19 mandates, the relentless attacks on parental rights, and more. This was it! The Dems had their chance to be in total control and do some “good”, but all they did was wreak havoc on the lives and livelihoods of the American people, and put us in such crushing debt, it’s unlikely our children or grandchildren can dig their way out of it.
Read the full article: https://attorneycox.substack.com/p/how-the-failed-red-wave-may-have